If I look at how I grocery shopped as little as seven months ago, I could be close to that. I regularly bought:
-Coffemate (sugar free non-dairy creamer)
-I Can't Believe It's Not Butter
-Low calorie pudding
-Whole chickens (at Walmart, these are packed (and I think injected) with a 15% sodium solution)
-tubes of ground beef (pink slime - why I don't shop at Walmart ever now except for the occasional non-food item)
-Vegan lowfat mayonnaise (full of chemicals)
-Things I actually thought were okay like tomato sauce in cans (ingredients ok, bpa in cans), tuna in water in cans (except it also had soy and bpa in the cans)
-45 calorie per slice bread (HFCS)
Less often, I bought:
-Nonfat flavored yogurt
-an awesome tasting frozen Mexican "dinner" that was huge, cost less than $2 and had about 600 calories (and about 600 chemicals)
-Progresso lower calorie soups (many chemicals and bpa cans)
So, even though I usually ate better than some folks on SAD, i.e. no McD, soda, not much cookies/cake, etc., and cooked a lot of meat and veggie meals, I was eating a lot of crap.
Pink slime debacle broke. I started reading. Found MDA. Ditched the crap.